The Prairie boys kept Genesee mired in a slough of turnovers during a District II eliminator Monday night, Feb. 18, won 67-32, and kept their …
The Clearwater Valley boys took multiple short-range shots at eliminating Troy with less than five seconds remaining in a District II playoff Monday afternoon, Feb. 18, but the Trojans survived regulation 40-40 and went on to win 47-43 in overtime.
NAMPA – The stakes in the latest Prairie-Lapwai showdown were formally lower than would have been, if not for the Friday night upsets that mat…
NAMPA – Having played a close and consequential game against a strong opponent, having given a strong effort of their own, and having kept wit…
The Clearwater Valley-Kamiah wrestling co-op continued to show strength in numbers – and in quality – with six district champions among 16 who…
BOISE – A closer game could not have been played without overtime, as the Grangeville girls took 2018 2A runner-up Ririe down to the wire and …
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Tucked in a brown paper sack in my mother’s upstairs bedroom closet, I discovered another tattered brown paper grocery sack, rolled down and labeled “Dave – Vietnam.”
Valentine’s Day, set for this Thursday, Feb. 14, is different things to different people. Children may love the holiday for its opportunity to give and receive tiny cards and candy at school and adults may enjoy the chance to go out to dinner and a movie. Teenagers may face the angst of wond…
Grangeville students told the story of The Emperor’s New Clothes in song and dance last Friday evening, Feb. 8, at Grangeville Elementary School. The performance was organized by Missoula Children’s Theater and co-sponsored by The Kids Klub.
Sts. Peter and Paul School 7th and 8th grade class participated in the “Souper Bowl of Caring” last weekend. They collected this car full of food and $350 for the Camas Prairie Food Bank. They would like to thank the community for their generosity. “We were overwhelmed with kindness as we co…
Our men and women in the military serve and sacrifice to protect not only the values Americans hold dear, but to protect current and future generations. So, it is ironic that those same individuals – injured as a result of that service -- are not supported by our nation to assist them in bri…
On Feb. 6, 2019, Mountain View School District Board Chairman, Lot Smith, wrote an opinion in which he continues to misrepresent the facts regarding the school board’s unfair and disrespectful treatment of our teachers.
On March 8th, Idaho and Lewis county Republicans will have our county Republican party “Lincoln Day Dinner.” From now through the end of April, nearly every county Republican party across Idaho will hold a celebratory event honoring Abraham Lincoln, America’s 16th President and the first Rep…
The Mountain View School District Board of Trustees (the Board), has been approached by several members of our community asking questions about misleading information that is being circulated through our district by the Central Idaho Education Association (CIEA), the teacher’s union. The Boa…
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KOOSKIA – Chaos and tension punctuate each video cut as two young men search and run through forests, something red spatters across a tree, and a shocking moment of discovery is made. Could it be the legendary Bigfoot, the Sasquatch?
The Grangeville, Prairie, Lapwai, Salmon River and Nezperce girls basketball teams have earned trips to the state tournaments later this month with wins in the region's high school girls basketball District tournaments, which continue this week.
The Grangeville boys basketball team remains ranked third overall in Idaho's Class 2A with a record of 17-3. The Bulldogs defeated Central Idaho League foe Orofino to finish off their regular season.